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Friday, October 2 • 11:20 - 12:10
Building the Web Services Stack of a JavaEE Compliant Server Around Apache CXF - Alessio Soldano, Red Hat

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Apache CXF is a framework for web services (WS) development. WildFly (formerly JBoss Application Server) is an application container implementing the latest JavaEE standards. Years ago, Apache CXF was chosen to build up WildFly' WS stack and provide the compliant functionalities while ensuring performances, management, etc. That kicked off a beneficial collaboration between the Apache CXF and JBoss communities; it also raised multiple issues and chances for improvements in Apache CXF due to different requirements, usage scenarios and goals. In this prsentation, Alessio Soldano will first explain how to contribute to an Apache project in a fully ethical and useful way while pursuing company goals. Then he will deep dive into the main CXF area that had to be revisited to accomodate WildFly needs and how that was achieved. Performance testing and applied enhancements will also be covered.

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Alessio Soldano

Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
I'm an open source software engineer and project lead, focused on the web services area and working on the web services stack of the JBoss / Red Hat application server while contributing to Apache CXF and Apache WSS4J projects. I'm involved with some standardization bodies (World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), OASIS and the Java Community Process (JCP)) on behalf of Red Hat in the web services area. I'm presenting from time to time to the community... Read More →


Friday October 2, 2015 11:20 - 12:10
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